Cosmic Entity Death
In the Marvel Universe, the cosmic entity Death embodies decay and destruction. The most familiar manifestation is as Mistress Death, a young woman in a dark hooded robe. Thanos falls madly in love with her and woos her by collecting as many souls as possible through the extinction of countless planets and species.
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July 21, 2013 by Amy
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